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DIY Faux Fireplace

If you want to add instant character, charm and warmth to your space, this easy fake fireplace project is for you. It's a great way to fill a blank wall and take the focus off of a big TV!

Materials needed:
  • old fireplace mantel (a new one would work too!)
  • paint
  • liquid nails
  • nail gun
  • painters tape
  • paint brush and rollers
  • candles
1. Purchase an old mantel from a reclaimed goods shop, thrift store or antique shop. Give it a good sanding and then paint it to match the colors of your room.

2. Hold the mantel up on the wall where it will be place and trace the inside of the fireplace opening. Tape 2 inches outside of that line with painters tape and paint the area with your accent color.

3. Measure the width of the "arms" of the fireplace, and mark on the base molding where the fireplace will be. Remove the base molding using a Dremel too. This will allow the fireplace to sit flush against the wall.

4. Attach the fireplace to the wall with a nail gun, or a heavy-duty adhesive.

That's all there is to it! With very little effort, you've given yourself the perfect focal point for your room!

Approachably Elegant Living Room and Dining Room

Other segments featured on this episode of Knock It Off!:

Plan for Living and Dining Room
Plan for Living and Dining Room
Mike and Colleen want an elegant, modern space in their living room and dining room, but with a budget of $700 their high-end decor dreams are out of reach. Monica and Jess create a plan to transform the space into an approachably elegant and comfortable room.
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DIY Elegant Mirrored Coffee Table
DIY Elegant Mirrored Coffee Table
Mirrored tables and furniture are super trendy right now, but they can cost a pretty penny. Here's a perfect project to replicate the look with a simple mirror, a thrift store coffee table and some spray paint, all for under $45.
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How to Stencil Curtain Panels
How to Stencil Curtain Panels
These modern and elegant curtains look expensive, but you can make them on the cheap with plain curtain panels, a cool stencil, paint and grommets. Here's a DIY tutorial for these stenciled curtain panels.
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The Live Well Network
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Live Big with Ali Vincent
My Family Recipe Rocks!
Food Rush
We Owe What?
Let's Dish
Mexico: One Plate at a Time
Home with Lisa Quinn
Hiring America
Children's Programming
Military Makeover
The Balancing Act
Pickler and Ben